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    Posted 8 years ago

    Bobbi
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    I found these buttons when my Mother passed away thirty years ago. I don't recall her ever talking about the buttons.I wonder if they are military from days of old? Perhaps even English?

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    1. PegsButtons PegsButtons, 8 years ago
      no they are not military buttons..pictured in the big book of buttons..titled Weapons and Helmet with border decorated with screw heads
    2. scottvez scottvez, 8 years ago
      Agree-- not military buttons.

      scott
    3. butnl8ty, 8 years ago
      Brass buttons like these were popular during the Victorian era. They embellished and decorated womens clothing, or served as fasteners for men's vests. These might be a family heirloom.

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